Direct from a sell out and critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival run, this is the uplifting and inspiring tale of ‘Sara’ who lived from the 1980’s to 2012.
Sara was born as a ‘baby’, meaning she could neither talk nor walk, but she didn’t let this hold her back, she faced adversity in the face and grew up to be the overachiever you’re all jealous of today. The show includes great stand up, many morals and a few catchy tunes.
Sara’s award-winning life includes starring on Television on Stand up for the Week, Live at the Apollo, Campus, Free Agents, Todd Margaret, Twenty Twelve, The Thick of It, Being Human and The Comedy World Cup.
*Not actually a proper musical – it is stand up!
‘She has an obvious flair for comic timing… Nothing less than full mega-watt charisma.’ ★★★★ Guardian
‘A face to watch… she’s got a lot to say for herself but a winningly self-deprecating way of doing so.’ ★★★★ Telegraph
‘Her delivery is impeccable, and her deft anecdotal style belies the considerable craftsmanship in her storytelling. Sharp, unpredictable, and brutally funny, this is a show not to be missed.’ ★★★★ The Skinny
‘An enjoyable fusion of silliness and intelligence – a comic who can get Nietzsche and cunnilingus into the same breath has to be applauded.’ Chortle
‘Defiantly idiosyncratic and highly accessible.’ Evening Standard